Police ‘increasingly concerned’ for welfare of missing mum and baby

With icy conditions sweeping across the UK, “increasingly concerned” police have issued a fresh appeal in a bid to trace Constance Martin and Mark Gordon, missing since their car broke down near Bolton last week. Ms Marten and Mr Gordon have not made contact since their vehicle broke down near junction four (Farnworth, Bolton) of the M61 on the evening of Thursday, January 5.

The family left the vehicle and the motorway safely – walking to the Anchor Lane bridge which links the Highfield and Little Hulton areas.

Police believe Constance has very recently given birth and neither she nor the baby have been assessed by medical professionals.

A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said: “With three days now having passed, officers are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of the newborn baby which is everyone’s priority and we are asking for Constance and any members of the public who have any information to reach out to ensure they are safe and well.

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